NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – City of Hope, a National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center, is using Isilon's network-assisted storage in its DNA sequencing-based studies, Isilon said today.

The Duarte, Calif.-based research hospital is using the company's NAS system to store and manage "massive amounts of mission-critical genomic data," which is helping it to streamline access and analysis requirements.

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